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Minor Engine Rebuild

I am curious if anyone local has some experience assembling engines, I haven't done it since high school in '96.
I want to replace the rings and bearings. Pistons are in good shape with some blowby and leak down.
I don't want to get crazy here or I would just drop a 460 in there.

The truck is in Kearns at a buddies house where I use some free shop space.
Any hands on help would be awesome! I plan to order this re-ring kit. Any thoughts? Anyone willing to lend a hand?

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